[ UK /tɹˈɒləp/ ]
- a dirty untidy woman
- a woman adulterer
How To Use trollop In A Sentence
-  _Trauchle_, a poor trollop who trails about; _smeddum_, grit. The House with the Green Shutters
- The place resembled more of a fish market than a high class club due to the trollops everywhere.
- But in Auntie Eeee's opinion, only a flimflamming trollop would sell it. E. Jean Carroll: How to Sell Your Maidenhead
- This was the man that thought her to be a flirtatious trollop.
- That Mrs Proudie installed gaseliers in the Bishop's palace for her first formal reception in Trollope's Barchester Towers was an indication of her hopelessly middle-class background.
- All are portrayed as sympathetic characters - indeed Trollope researched her subject with several people of the same age and was struck by how nice everyone was.
- The great weakness in the love plot of the novel, as Trollope perceived, was that Ralph the Heir is so chronically and incurably ‘weak’.
- Throw in another word, "trollop" and try it again. 365,000 hits. McCain's Misogyny
- On the other hand, Raven's blatant foregrounding of sex in Phineas Finn reminds us that Trollope's young heroes are neither neuters nor angels in their ‘private’, un-narrated lives.
- The significance of Owenson's invocation of Shakespeare's second history tetralogy is great not only for its probable influence on Scott - as well as writers such as Edgeworth and Trollope.